John Webber
John Webber
11/7/18 2:08 p.m.

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Story and Photos by John Webber

The guys in the battered Ford F-150 pickup were rolling along Route 19 on Florida’s west coast, minding their own business, when a white Marcos coupe flashed by. Trying to get a better look, they nearly sprained their necks. And before they could recover, they spotted a blue coupe close behind.

Maybe they thought they were seeing double.

And why not? Only a handful of these rare British cars still roam the roads in North America, and seeing one is an occasion. But two Marcos coupes inhabit this corner of Florida, and their owners exercise them regularly–so the locals often think they’re seeing double.

Meet Larry Meadows and Ron McLeod, two enthusiasts who never met a Marcos they didn’t like.

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